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Senior wide receiver Leonte Carroo caught three touchdown passes against Indiana back on Oct. 17. The offensive captain suffered a lower body injury on his third touchdown catch and has not found the end zone since. Carroo hopes to change that trend against Maryland for Senior Day.
It is a season that wound up far from where his expectations were cast over a month before the 2015 campaign began.
It's hard to imagine anyone around the Rutgers football program saw these results coming.
For the past three years, Kaiwan Lewis hasn't been able to experience Thanksgiving Day at his home.
It's remarkable to see how so much could change for two programs in just one year.
Over the span of the last 36 games the Rutgers football team has played, a Scarlet Knights quarterback had the luxury of looking to his left to find him standing there.
This wasn't how it was supposed to end.
Whether he played the role of riverboat gambler in his drastic shuffling of the deck or he just played the hand he was dealt, head coach Kyle Flood pushed all the right buttons for the Rutgers football team last Saturday in the 31-21 win over Army at West Point.
Darius Hamilton won't take the field with the class he came in with when the Rutgers football team faces Maryland on Senior Day Saturday at noon, but the senior defensive tackle will be back on the field at High Point Solutions Stadium in 2016.
WEST POINT, N.Y. — Media and college football fans likely expected Army to outgain the Rutgers football team on the ground, given the Black Knights' top-10 rushing attack featuring the triple-option. So it was hard to imagine a scenario where Army would outdo the Scarlet Knights in the air and still lose a game at home.
WEST POINT, N.Y. — Demonstrating the ability to overcome injuries to key players and the suspension of a defensive leader, the Rutgers football team snapped its four-game losing streak on Saturday at West Point with a 31-21 win over Army.
If the Rutgers football teams wishes to keep any dreams of a bowl berth alive, the Scarlet Knights will have to win the two remaining regular season games on their schedule, starting with Army this weekend.
With a trip up to West Point approaching and Saturday's noon kickoff less than three days away, Kyle Flood is doing everything he can to have the Rutgers football team ready for battle against Army.
Junior strongside linebacker Quentin Gause (right) leads the Knights and stands fifth in the Big Ten Conference with 12 tackles for loss in 2015. Gause is on the hunt for a 100-tackle season, posting 81 total tackles through 10 games.
Quarterback Chris Laviano has had a forgettable four-game stretch for the Rutgers football team.
When Derrick Nelson went down late in the fourth quarter of Rutgers football team's 31-14 loss to Nebraska, all of High Point Solutions Stadium froze.
Sophomore quarterback Chris Laviano was sacked six times in the Knights'31-14 loss to Nebraska Nov. 14. Laviano has been sacked 25 times through 10 games in 2015.
For a fleeting moment, the Rutgers football team had a chance.
After three consecutive games against some of the top talent in the Big Ten, things were supposed to get easier for the Rutgers football team.
After sitting atop the Big Ten in completion percentage and pass efficiency, sophomore quarterback Chris Laviano has strung together career-worst efforts.